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THE CITIZEN, WEIKMSIAY, AUGUST 2o, 1001).
VILLAGE, HAMLET, FARM.
Doings in Rural Wayne.
Interesting Items Picked Up by Our
Staff of Wide-Awake Correspondents
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Miss Jessie Nelson, of Slko, and
Miss Mae Stevens, of Portland,
Oregon, were visitors at the home
of C. H. Uniarth, last Friday,
Mrs. C. 11. Howell, of South Pres
ton, and Mr. A. V. Larrahee and
wife and two children, of Starrucca,
are guests at the homo of Warren
Miss Mary Hates, of Scranton, and
Miss Bertha Lialabanh, of Wllkes
Uarre, are gueftu t the home ol
John Don Icl;.
Mr. and Mrs'. U. II. Knnpp and
Mr. and Mrs. ;3. .1. Stanton attended
a funeral ni I'inl; last Wednesday.
Mrs. S. M. .Murlrick and Raymond
10. Smith leave this morning on a
trip to Klk Hill where they expect to
T. i:orett Hainey left last Krlday
on a triii 1" Now York City.
Aug. i! 1 , liHCt.
SO mi C.WAA.S'.
The ( onsolidated Telephone Co
Monday for a three weeks vacation.
The Hist Sunday the pulpit will ho
filled by a minister from New York
and the next Sunday Hov. Tinsley,
who was our pastor for two years,
Aug. 21, 1U09.
onts, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Palmer.
Miss Nellie Morea, of Lons Island
is making nn extended visit with
relatives at this place.
Mrs. Jay Walling, of Deposit, 1ms
returned home after spending a
week at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Htne.
W. B. Belknap and wife, are visit
lug at Deposit.
Mrs. Fred Soules, of Lestershlre,
and Mrs. Temperton and son of
Forest City, are visitors at the home
of S. H. i.ee.
On August "Sth the veterans of
the Civil war, in tills vicinity, and
their friends will hold a basket pic
nic In Palmer's drove. Hew M. 1).
Fuller of Carhondale. and other
r.peakers are expected to he pres
ent; also the Orson Cornet Band.
All lovers of their country's free
dom nre invited to lie present.
Several of the farmers In this
vicinity will have to dispose of uhout
one-hnlf of their stock this fall on
account of the scarcity of fodder.
Prompton la minus a constable
as constable Baker has moved to
Mr.".. Peter 11. Coles is sick with
Lydia, daughter of John 11. Flynn,
is sick witli typhoid fever.
lClijah Teepie, our efficient post
master, has sent his resignation to
Washington. For over twenty years
lie has faithfully performed his du- j
The Salem Grange will hold a
picnic on the campground hero on
Thursday, Aug. liGth. At 2 p. m.
How John Johnson, Chaplain of the
Stat'.' (!i,iiii!,,. will deliver an ad
dress. Members of neighboring
Gi :. ..tu. . cordially invlt"l.
I Picnics and reunions uie of daily i
, occuncii' Cr. and Friday, the i!th,
the Odd Fellows will celebrate Ihei
j occasion on the giound above the;
I church. 1
i Several years" ago Charles Me-1
have a number or their phones now ; KrKl' died and since then most o!
in operation in this place. Although tho ,i,,u'- i,Ik v"lit n'-,l,lcl1 Wltl'
they ..i.e. wltl. considerable op-' 11 l;Uighter Mrs. Oria hwnwn.
position in getting through, they ltTvl lie. who has very
ilnallv have succeeded in connecting. ' l,u,l- '' w ,u'r, in 'u'l,"
.lan.es llasen, who has been visit- ' on U,,t' -'' ";'
1ng friends in Pottsville, Pittston ' ,,10!ltl,u(1 ''.or aht. ""I1 w 11 w (1
to rest to-day beside lier husband in
the M. H. cemetery. Her eldest
William Marshall and son. Al-' Al""BW- rei-ontly died at the
old home In this place last Sunday.
Ann Wilcox Megargie was nearly
John Decker has the foundation I '":,,
laid for his new store, and expects! ,, J 1 uu-' ,f u
to have the same built in the near 1 I'raunkJe. ol New oniidhmd.
future. It goes without saying that1 'm Bvo nn i lustrated lecture in
his success is assured, as a store in 1 ",0 chu1r, a"(1 e predict it will
this locality is very much needed, i 1,0 (worth ?ln nnd "rlnK.
Miss Blanche Arnold, of Car-' Anyone who drives oyer our road
hondale. was the guest of Mr. and I ;'nn ,n?' HC,' 'hat iln improvement
Mrs. Joe Bronson last week. il wo,lld bt 11 tlu ,ll!in-v ose Ktones
i were thrown out, as the law re
quires. LAKEVILLE. p.,,,, ej,!,,,., a veteran of the
Miss Melva Hoshcr, of Pittston, , Hi.tiw, who spent most of his life
returned homo last week after spend- , jn sterling, but who now makes
ing some time with her aunt, Mrs. I home with his only daughter,
Peter Daniels. , Mis. Wadenuan, at La Anna, is
George Killem, of Dunmore, was j spending a few days in tills section
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William !tnd attended the Post meeting on
Brook. He returned on Friday. 'the 21st.
Charles Daniels is some hotter at' !rs. Eliza Simons Shaffer, of
this writing. Pittsburg, with her mother, are
Mrs. Sarah Kimble and daughter, i guests at Mrs. It. V. Bartheson's.
Lottie', of Huwley, are the guest of. Royal and Floyd Cross played
their daughter, Mrs. C. Locklin, ofii;.!i us usual with the I.ako Ariel
this place. team on the 21st. Score was 12
G. L. James is entertaining H. A. to 0 in favor of Lake Ariel. Ilones-
Depuy, of Dunmore who is at this dale couldn't see the ball at all.
place on a fishing trip. c K. Swingle and wife, of Scran-
Miss Lucy Sheeley is spending her ton, are guests at Mr. Lesher's.
vacation at Port Jervis, N. Y. ! s. N. Cross is now on his way
Mrs. Delia Evans and four chil- to the P. O. S. of A. state camp that
dren, of Scranton, spent a few meets this week at Washington,
days recently witli her parents, Mr, Penn'a.
and Mrs. Robert Loveless. ' .lis. A. J. Cross and t-on, Milton,
Mr. and .Airs. A. Goble, Philip , are now at Mrs. Cross' parents at
Sheeley, Mrs. W. B. Foss and son, ' Columbia, N J.
Russell, Miss Ada .Morris, Miss i Master George Cross has just re
Grace James, .Mr. and Mrs. Minigan turned from a visit to New Jersey.
spent Sunday on the Wallen Paupac
river, and enjoyed the day's outing OBSOX
11 11 UlUllLl.) .
Miss Elizabeth Alpha is in Scran
ton on her vacation.
The cool nights of late, leads many
lo believe that we will have an early
A great many in this vicinity are
repairing and building new stables.
L. it. Garrett has laid a stone
walk I nun his house to the road, lie
took tlie stone from his quarry and
cut the same himself.
Nicholas llouth, the patbinaster.
who lesldes at Swamp Brook, assist
ed by several in this vicinity, put the
load leading from Chas. Carhuff's to
the Mast Hope road In a line con
dition on Thursday last. Mr. II.
is the right man in the right place.
All the roads worked by him are in
a lirst-clnss condition and he is be
ing highly complimented by those
who travel over them.
a picnic will he hold in Bucking
ham'!) :irove on Wednesday, Sept.
1st, proceeds of which will he ap
plied on minister's salary.
Earl C. Hani has put a concrete
lloor in Victor Smith's stable.
Mr. Reese and family, of Carbon
dale, are visiting at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. llenshaw and
Mr. and Mrs. O. I). llenshaw.
All grangers should attend the
meeting to be held at their hall on
Saturday evening next.
.Mr. and .Mis. II. II. Crosby were
recent visitors at the homo of Arthur
Olver and wife of East Honesdale.
When completed Ernest Harvey
will have the best cow barn in this
vicinity. It will be made of concrete
blocks made by himself.
S. K. Dills and family are enter
taining several relatives from the
Mrs. Richard Ham spent Weanes
day last at the home of Joseph
Tuman and wife of White Mills.
Cora Wood, of Beach Lake, spent
Saturday last with Alletta Marshall.
Several from here attended the
party at the home of M. J. Connor
on Friday evening last. All report
a grand time.
.Miss Kate Daniel left on Sunday
to visit friends and relatives at
Scranton and Pittston.
Constable Frank Baker has mov
ed from Prompton to Carhondale.
Samuel Founds Is visiting his
son at Scranton.
Mrs. Samuel Founds and daugh
ter, Mrs. Stephens, start out Tues
day, the 24th, for a ten days' vaca
tion at Ocean Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. William Renny, of
Carhondale, are spending their va
cation at Steene at the home of
Mrs. Minnie Mill.
Within the last three weeks John
Van Buskirk has lost two valuable
The Prompton borough fathers
have decided to build this fall a
half mile of crushed stone road.
Let the good work go on.
After a two weeks' vacation, our
mail carrier, Mr. Gilpin, is again on
Thomas Arthur Is on the sick list
It Is rumored that wedding bells
will soon he ringing here at Steene.
KlCljIiAM AND IJRAMAN.
TIio much-needed rain has come
and forty-eight hours moderate rain
lias revived nil vegetation and set
tled tho dust.
Tlio Sunday school picnic at Bra
man was largely attended and n
great success, both socially and fi
nancially. About ?".0 wns raised
for tho church.
Mrs. II. Weitzor returned to-day
from New York.
Ilnttlo Hosengrans, who lias been
visiting at this place and Lookout,
returned to her home In Hawley to
day. LIlllo Farbox, from Sherman, Is
the guest of Emma Stalker.
Mrs. Frances Kent, son and two
daughters, returned to their homo
In Port Jervis last Sunday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lnyton, from
Mill Rift, who lived In this place
several years, are spending some
time witli rolatlves and friends.
Ina McClure, from Deposit, Is
visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Wolls Keys.
Rev. W. Erapleton leaves next
The seventeenth annual reunion
of the Hine family was held in Palm
er's Grove on August Uth with an
attendance of about one hundred
i and seventy-five of the members
present. The day was a pleasant
one, and long to ho remembered.
From early in the morning until
after the noon train arrived the
guests came in great numbers, all
with smiling faces and baskets of
provisions. Until noon the time
was spent in friendly greetings and
in visiting. After an hour spent In
doing justice to a feast that in
cluded all the delicacies of the sea
ton, tho president. D, J. Hine, called
the friends together and a pro
gram consisting of vocal and In
strumental music and recitations
was carried out. The Orson Cornet
Band was also present and added
much to the pleasure of all with
their well-selected music. Secretary
N. F. Hine read the minutes of last
year's reunion, nnd reported live
deaths, two births and seven mar
riages during the year. The fol
lowing officers were then elected:
President, D. J. Hine; vice presi
dents, .Mrs. Daniel Tuthill, of La
Plume and Mrs. Elvira Tallman, of
Winwood; secretary, N. F. Hine, of
Scranton; treasurer, Mrs. D. P.
Hine, of Orson.
After tho business session sup
per was served under tho trees In
the grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Stnnloy
Hine extended an invitation to all
present to spend the evening at their
homo which was accepted, and a
very pleasant time enjoyed by all.
Many out-of-town guests were pres
ent and added greatly to tho pleas
ure of tho others by their contribu
tions of vocal and Instrumental mu
sic. Most pleasing was a vocal solo
sung by Mnster Reah Drake, of
Binghnmton, N. Y., accompanied by
his mother at the piano; also a
piano and violin duet, played by
Miss Grace Hall of Orson nnd Dr.
H. A. Evans, of Edwardsvlllo.
About eleven o'clock, with fond
adieus the friends departed to their
The Orson M. E. Sunday school
spent a v.ery pleasant day with tho
Thompson Sundny school at Coxton
Lako on Saturday last.
Mrs. Charles Young and llttlo
dnughter, Mndela, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., nre at tho homo of her par-
USWICK AND JiAKICVIMilC.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Woodward
and two children from Dunmore.
nre visiting Mr. and .Mrs. James Carv
foot at Lakeville.
.Mrs. Kate Roberts returned to her
employment on Sunday, the U.th.
.Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Haney have
been entertaining the former's sis
ter, .Mrs. D. Ross and son; also .Mrs.
Muras, of Ashley. The latter is Mr.
Haney's niece. They returned home
.Mr. and .Mrs. Haney called on .Mrs.
Daniel Smith on Sunday, tho 15th,
at the home of the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. James, at Lake
ville. .Mr. Byron Tuttle, of Wilsonville,
is moving his family to Ashley, where
he has secured employment.
Tho stork has been visiting Mr.
and .Mrs. Lewis Curtis of Ariel, and
left them a line baby girl. Con
gratulations on their first born. Tho
mother was formerly .Miss Sadie
Pennell, of Uswick.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Heichelbeek,
of Audell, are the happy parents of
a young daughter. We also con
gratulate them on their first born.
Joseph Herzog, of Lakeville, run
a needle in Ills foot. A physician
from llawley took it out.
.Mrs. Davis returned to Brooklyn,
N. Y., on Wednesday after visiting
her mother, Mrs. Lemphert, for a
(ouple of weeks. Her two sisters
returned to Brooklyn with her.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Berry, who
have been visiting In Scranton, have
returned home accompanied by their
two grandchildren, Helen and Alice,
children of Mrs. Garret Berry.
Mr. Swain, of Brooklyn, who has
spent tho last two summers In this
vMtilty, died very suddenly at tho
home of S. N. Gregg, where he bad
been boarding, on Saturday last. The
body will be sent to Brooklyn Tor
Mr. and Mrs. John Sheridan, of
Brooklyn, are spending their vacation
at Irving Hutledgo's.
The schools will be opened Sept.
7th. Much needed repairs are being
made on the Keesler school house;
ah;o a coat of paint inside as well as
ouU'.ide. MHs Bessie Betts, a normal
school graduate, will have charge of
Miss Margaret Loy will go to
Hiihlnunk and Miss Grace St. John
will leach at Hutledgedale.
There was a large attendance at
(lie funeral uf Philip Burke at St.
Joseph's church, near Rlloyville, on
Saturday last. Mr. Burke s death
was very sudden an he had been ill
but a short time, lie leaves a wife
tnd live children.
A PLEASANT TIME. j
According to previous arrange
ment the members' of Thompson M. I
E. and F. W. B. Sunday schools, '
with the members of Orson M. E. j
Sunday school to the number of
2ii0 scholars, officers and teachers,
met at Gelr.tt's Groe, Coxton Lake, i
on Saturday, Aug. 14th, where a
sttmptous dinner was served to over ,
400 persons, tins extra 1i0 scholars
being picnic scholars. However,'
we were glad to see them all.
After dinner a ilne program was
rendered, consisting of addresses,
solos, duets, recitations, and music
by tho Orson band. The superin
tendents of the schools take this
way of thanking all who helped to
make the occasion a complete suc
cess, especially E. E. Golatt and
wife, and others at Lake Coxton
for opening their homes and
grounds, for our enjoyment.
STEA BY ACCUMULATION
of funds will wear away tho hardest
rock adversity plants in your path.
Dollars, dollars and yet dollars,
r.lowly but surely deposited with us
will slowly, but regularly and sure
ly win !5 per cent, interest each year,
with its compounding.
This Maxwell Auto Model D.R.
has climbed fvirr hiSi about White Mills and vicinity
1C. J. Whltmoro spent last week In
Miss Kathcrino Kroley, of New
York, Is boarding at W. O. Curtis'.
Amelia and Wallace Freed, of Her- ,
nice. Pa., are visiting friends in town. '
Miss llattle Arneko Is spending a I
few days in Binghnmton. . i
Ed. Barlow has a very sore hand
caused by a blister from chopping 1
.Mrs. Clarence Gardiner lias friends 1
visiting iter from Now York. .
Mrs. Enoch Sylvester is very sick. I
Dr. Hitchcock is the attending phy-'
Tlie Sherman hoys got quite n
bump Saturday atterday playing ball.
They played two games, one with the !
Roads Creek nine, score IS to (! in'
favor of Sherman, and one with
.Maple Grove, score S to 7 in favor of
Prothonotnry M. J. Haulon lias
accepted invitations to deliver ad
dresses at the following places:
Grange picnic, at Torrey, Aug. 2fi;
Veterans' reunion, Orson, Aug. 2S;
the Trl-County gathering, Union
dale, Sept. 1 .
The Maxwell ranges in price from $500 lo $1,750
When you want a dependable motor car, call or
write our White Mills Agency, White Mills, Pa.
The Ladies' Aid will bo hold at
tho homo of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Aion. Wood
on Wednesday, September 1st. All
are invited to be present.
A few days ago tho bobolink dis
covered that Ills corn wns being
badly treated by some unknown
enomy. Thinking it was the crows
that was tearing off tho ears by tho
score, ho set several traps, around
through his corn field. The first
morning after setting tho traps he
had two chipmunks; tho next morn
ing one of his traps was holding a
largo 20-pound coon. The corn has
boon holding its own since.
Tho Lako Lodore Ice company are
busy this week surveying "their
grounds around and nbout Lake Lo
dore. Tho school houso at Steeno is be
ing treated to a new roof. Tlie
schools will open in this section on
September 14 th.
Harris Short, of Carhondale, was
a visitor at Steeno over Sunday,
The recent rains have revived
the late planted potatoes so that a
fair crop Is expected.
The Proper Celebration ol
will aH'ord lloncsilali1 pcojiV a van rppor! unity to 1 tho a
s'M'tion that tho host bargains arc always to found at homo.
.N'early ovory family in town will have ono or more guests
cluiirg tho coming colohration, and every hou.-ehold should he
prepared to entertain its visitors in a truly hospitable manner.
Oni- of the necessities of the sideboard will be good Wines and
Liouoju. and !l,"sethe undersigned pledges himself to supply
;.t piiu and quality not to be approached by outside dealers.
Look at These Figures
on goods PERSONALLY GUARANTEED to be in strict accordance
with the PURE FOOD LAWS :
Private Stock, Spring 1902, one of the finest Whis
kies that ever came down the Pike. . . .$3.50 gal.
King Leo, none better, 1903, $3.50 gal.
Early Times, none purer, 1903, $3.50 gal.
Early Times, none purer I95, $3.00 gal.
Finch's Golden Wedding, 1904, $3.50 gal.
Finch's Golden Wedding, 1905, $3.25 gal.
Outerbridge Horsey 1904, $3.50 gal.
Oakland 1905, $3.00 gal.
El Bedford 1905, $3.00 gal.
Silverbrook 1905, $3.00 gal.
Automobile 1905, $3.00 gal.
Jackson Square 1905, $3.00 gal.
Cresent Club igo6, $2.50 gal.
Jockey Club $2.00 gal.
Ben Chance $2.00 gal.
Shooting Club $2.00 gal.
Red Rye 2 00 gal.
Shaw's Pure malt
Grand Imperial Sec. compar
ing favorable with the best
Creme de Mint
Creme de Rose
Creme de Vanille
Creme de Violet
Having in my stock 1000 gallons of California Port
and Sherry Winos, the regular prico of which is 50c
per quart, I will supply all customers up to Septem
ber 15th with theso choice and pure goods at just
HALF PRICE, ZW UT GIST'"
ORDERS TAKEN FOR PABST MILWAUKEE BEER.
Wholesale and Retail
Wines and Liquors.